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Admissions-eNews January 2009

UC Law Showcases Real Life Through Practice Ones

Who says the ambiance at chain restaurants doesn’t elicit genius? Last year, while traveling for the regional negotiation competition, Professor Marjorie Aaron and students Eric Vang and Tre Ronne stopped for a bite to eat and had more on their minds than the blue plate special. “We were talking about the Center for Practice and the idea just emerged from the two of them that students ought to be able to ‘add on’ an experience in conjunction with class,” explained Aaron. “Then, it hit me,” she continued. The idea for a Practice One course—an interactive program to showcase a “day in the life” of lawyers—was born. (Read more)

Faculty Focus: Professor Darrell Miller

From the small town of Anderson, Indiana where he grew up and attended college to Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he attended law school at one of the most prestigious institutions in the nation ... Professor Darrell Miller has made his mark. (Read More)


3L Students Are Serious About Community Involvement

Community involvement broadens one’s perspective about life, what is important, and what kind of impact one wants make in the world. Two UC Law students have committed themselves to making a difference in their community—not just in the future, but today. Meet Elisabeth and Antonio and learn how they have made a difference at UC Law and in their neighborhood.   (Read more about Elisabeth.) (Read more about Antonio.)


Musician by Night, Lawyer by Day...Meet Sean Rhiney

Sean Rhiney, Service Coordinator and Counselor for the College of Law's Center for Professional Development, has over 12 years of legal experience, which he regularly draws upon to advise law students. (Read more)



Meet Attorney Turned Financial Executive: Stephen Ewald, '94

Steve Ewald, '94 views his legal background in part as providing many of the necessary tools to understand and weather the current unprecedented financial market turmoil. (Read more)